27 July 2007
CNBC's World Business programme talks with the ILO expert Frank Hagemann and reports on global efforts to eliminate child labour.
15 May 2007
Leman Bleu TV talks to Zafar Shaheed about how Switzerland is faring in its efforts to eliminate discrimination in the workplace.
29 April 2007
More than two decades of conflict have crippled Afghanistan’s economy. But some Afghan women are taking their handicraft skills to the market and playing an active role in the country’s reconstruction and development.
28 April 2007
The Australian Broadcasting Corporation reports from Northern Uganda where thousands of children have been forced to labour as child soldiers.
07 April 2007
Tourists will soon be able to visit one of Angkor’s greatest treasures: the 11th century Baphuon temple. Now the temple is the centre of a huge archaeological reconstruction effort. Safety training means today’s Khmer construction workers are reclaiming this piece of their heritage without the dangers their ancestors faced.
30 March 2007
Using IT in the agricultural sector is one solution to help reduce poverty in India and bridge the digital divide.
17 March 2007
Harvesting flowers for Valentine's Day is not always a bed of roses for those who work in the cut flower industry, but in Tanzania, employers and unions are working together to improve conditions on commercial flower farms as ILO TV reports for CNN World Report.
11 March 2007
In Brazil, labour inspectors are dispatched in mobile units to rescue victims of forced labour and one veteran in the force also happens to be a woman as ILO TV reports for CNN World Report.
27 February 2007
BBC World TV's "Asia Today" talks to ILO Executive Director Kari Tapiola about the Understanding agreed to with Myanmar which will enable alleged victims of forced labour to seek redress.
06 February 2007
With Bulgaria's entry into the European Union, employers place a high priority on safety and health in the workplace.